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William Tracy

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Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA
Pittsburgh-born actor William Tracy was born on December 1, 1917, and began performing professionally as a youth. Trained at the American Academy of Dramatic Art, he appeared in musical and comedy roles until his big break arrived in 1937 at age 19 when he took over the role of fidgety military school "plebe" Misto Bottome in the hit Broadway show "Brother Rat." The following year he recreated the role in the film version of Brother Rat (1938) that had him in good standing company alongside up-and-coming Warner Bros. Read more...

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Character: Jerry - as a Boy

Angels with Dirty Faces 1938

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Character: Misto Bottome

Brother Rat 1938

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Character: Pepi Katona

The Shop Around the Corner 1940

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Character: Phillip Turner

Strike Up the Band 1940

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Character: 'Beefy' Monrose

Gallant Sons 1940

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Character: Dude Lester

Tobacco Road 1941

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Character: Sgt. Dorian 'Dodo' Doubleday

Tanks a Million 1941

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Character: Mervyn Roberts

Her First Beau 1941

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Character: The Runt, a Cadet

Cadet Girl 1941

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Character: Steve Eldridge

George Washington Slept Here 1942

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Character: Johnny Dent

To the Shores of Tripoli 1942

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Character: Air Officer

The Wings of Eagles 1957

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Character: Unnamed Writer

-30- 1959

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Character: Doug Ritchie

The Westerner 1960

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